Tracee Ellis Ross set the record straight about Hollywood's sexual harassment scandal: It's not a scandal and it's not only Hollywood's problem. It isn't even a scandal. Addressing the recent onslaught of sexual-misconduct allegations in Hollywood, the Black-ish actress explained that the stories coming to light reflect a bigger issue at large. Thus, Ross was inspired to write The Handsy Man, a book which breaks down harassment into simple language and colorful pictures and which, best of all, mimics the sort of catchy rhymes you'd find in a Dr. Seuss tome. To help them understand, Ross read aloud from a "children's book for men" called The Handsy Man.
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It is called "The Handsy Man". "Listen and I'll explain to you all the things you may not do".
Ross' book, "The Handsy Man", is a handy guide for all men on what constitutes sexual harassment and what type of behavior will always be considered inappropriate, especially in the workplace. "And even if you're stoned or drunk, you may not expose me to your junk".
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