The first professor's behavior is neither normal nor appropriate. Asking about your marital status was especially inappropriate, and he should not be creating nicknames for you or anyone else. He also should not have made the kissing remark. Very, very bad form.
The other professor's behavior is less easy to characterize or condemn. You claim he stared at your breasts. Maybe he did, but unless he's constantly ogling them and other people notice, you're going to have a hard time proving it. Men look at women's breasts almost reflexively. It's sad, but they often seem to have trouble not doing virtually automatically. You're going to encounter that a lot more in life.
However, I don't think you have any call to complain about his grading, and if you were deep in thought about an assignment, chances are you looked like you were frowning in a puzzled manner. Asking if everything was OK was fine. And acknowledging a professor in public is only polite.
You're not being treated like a child by that professor, but you are overthinking all this AND being rather whiny and complaining, which is something children do. And remember that college students are pretty much still late adolescents, not full adults. Professors know that (I certainly do, because I see it all the time in my students), and it's not appropriate that for you to expect them to respect students as full adults and colleagues. They're not.
If the first professor continues to behave as he has, you have grounds for a formal complaint. Keep a record of any incidents. However, as I said, I don't think the second professor is doing anything egregiously wrong, so you do need to grow up where he's concerned.
And by the way, it wasn't appropriate for YOU to comment on HIS marital status in your long litany of complaints. It's irrelevant and really none of your business.