I heard about a therapist, possibly one that I know, possibly even one that I live with, who was working with a child who had a proclivity for touching classmates' body parts. Particularly the privey parts. Which the classmates were not at all diggin'. So, the therapist devised an exercise in which he would try to normalize the aforementioned body parts of fascination, along with the other parts of the body. The therapist and the child would rattle off body parts in no particular order, saying each aloud, with the object of the exercise that when the body parts of fascination were said aloud, they would not produce a giggle, a smidgen of a chuckle, because what really is all that funny about the parts of the body that everyone has, depending on whether one is a male or a female? The exercise, I have to imagine -- since it's possible I don't know the therapist personally and that he didn't tell me how it went -- sounded a lot like this:
"HEAD. EARS. BOOBS. EYELASH. ELBOW. ACHILLES HEEL. PENIS. BOOBS. FOREHEAD. NOSE."
And every time I try to envision this going down in one of those neutral toned offices with leather chairs and a candy dish? I nearly die from laughing so hard.