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 ConyersFormer campaign aide to New Jersey governor says she was sexually assaulted by his ex-staffer Kavanaugh controversy has led to politicization of 'Me Too,' says analyst Sexual assault is not a game — stop using women to score political points 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.