Hollywood certainly opened the proverbial Pandora's box on sexual harassment.
With a great number of women coming forward to levy allegations against prominent celebrities, there has also been a considerable rise of the '#MeToo' movement.
Men however seem to very conveniently stick to the phrase "I am confused, what is allowed?". Well, sexual harassment is not a very confusing term; and the average man always knows which action is acceptable and which is not.
However, with the number of men claiming ignorance, BBC Two decided it would be a good idea to give a 'how-to' guide to men, so that they may save themselves from crossing the line and landing in the harasser category.
In this video, Rachel Parris, along with anchor Nish, tries to humorously but effectively communicate that knowing what is sexual harassment is not as difficult as rocket science, though men are definitely claiming it to be.
Watch the video here and be sure that you are a friend, a colleague, a relative or a partner but never a sexual harasser.
Is it the right time for a book titled, 'How not to be a sexual harasser for Dummies'?