Actress and comedian Tracee Ellis Ross late Tuesday used a children's book to teach men about sexual harassment amid a slew of sexual misconduct allegations surfacing against various high-profile men. 

While guest hosting on ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live,” Ross read from the book that she said she wrote.

"It's kind of like a children's book for men that is going to make this really simple, and just bring it back to the basics," the "Black-ish" star told the show's audience. 

"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,' " she added. 

Numerous women have come forward across the country in recent weeks to accuse high-powered men in various industries of sexual misconduct. 

Men such as Harvey Weinstein, Matt Lauer and Charlie Rose have lost their jobs as a result of allegations against them. 

Longtime Rep. John ConyersJohn James ConyersAP Analysis: 25 state lawmakers running in 2018 have been accused of sexual misconduct Portland activist stages ‘reparations happy hour’ Conyers III won't appear on primary ballot in race to replace his father MORE Jr. (D-Mich.) announced on Tuesday he would be stepping down from his congressional post amid pressure from colleagues stemming from allegations against him.