Tracee Ellis Ross Channels Dr. Seuss for a Biting Sexual Harassment Lesson

Tracee Ellis Ross explains sexual harassment to 'The Handsy Man'

While the Black-ish actress was guest hosting Jimmy Kimmel Live! she pulled out her book, The Handsy Man, that's a comedic play on rhymes detailing some recent allegations that are against some big Hollywood names.

"There is something I want to talk about tonight and that is the Hollywood harassment scandal".

She continues to say that she hasn't been surprised by the "countless courageous women" who have come forward with these stories, but it seems to her like a lot of men are-and now they don't know what to do. It isn't even a scandal. So she has a solution: a children's book she's written to school men on the basics of proper conduct, entitled The Handsy Man. "There is a guy, with ten long fingers/ creepy glares, and hugs that linger./ If you're a woman, you're not a fan./ I speak, of course, of The Handsy Man".

"Treating another human being with respect isn't complicated, but it seems a bit for confusing for a lot of men out there", she said.

Press PLAY on the video above to watch Ross' timely monologue, then hit the comments with your book report on The Handsy Man. Al Franken groping a sleeping Leeann Tweeden's breasts, and one final message: "I'll say it clearly, nice and slow".

She wraps it up with the simple lesson: "If she does not consent, the answer is: No!"

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