Scratch that.... I wrote a long post, read it, thought it sounded potentially judgmental, which I don't want... so. I'll share "where I come from" instead. Because that might best explain how we feel and what we think about these things.
My parents never made a big deal of nudity. My mom, to this day, starts disrobing the second she hits the front door... There goes the skirt, there flies the shirt... and when it's sunny she's literally running to the backyard to sit in the sun and read...in her underwear if we're lucky
They were also very liberal in their upbringing of us. My dad used to take me to theatre plays that were 18+ ever since I was twelve or so. It would make the theatre staff pause, but he insisted I'm 'mature enough' and he's stubborn. They always let me in. We would discuss them, too. I enjoyed it tremendously. There were 'writhing scenes' and they were live. Uncomfortable? No. I took it as a learning experience, i wanted to understand the world and all of its components, including the complicated world of adult relationships. That I discussed with my mother a lot, too. Nothing was taboo.
We also swam a lot in the summer- family, with close friends... Used to go to these writers' gatherings, which were really like a big family. Nobody wore swimsuits there. It was just swimming, no hint of sexuality, and since everybody felt comfortable and just natural, it wouldn't even had crossed my mind. And we have a video from a topless beach, I was about 15 at the time. Again, not uncomfortable to me, not even back then.
My dad never liked TV. He likes documentaries, he'll watch a good movie, but when we'd watch whatever popular crap, he'd jokingly call us videots. I guess it imprinted upon me.. I don't watch TV. Occasional SNL (maybe twice this year?). We watch movies only. And I never read the glossy magazines...so I am not 'in touch' with that at all, and don't care to be... I don't know how having a child would change that for me. I know I'd have to deal with popular culture lot more than I'd like, but I do know it would not change my approach to nudity or sexuality. I expect I would bring up my child very much the same I was brought up by my parents.
Others had different childhoods, different imprints, different 'lessons learnt'. So what. There's no right or wrong.
But there is increasing amount of nudity all around, whether we like it or not, and I presume that trend will continue. We'll all have to grapple with that best way we can.