In the "real" world if there is a large enough budget (and thus time) you simply automate every single 'ess' sound. Usually with volume + EQ. It's tedious and it takes some time, sometimes a whole day if you have tons of vocal takes, but the results are superior to even the best de-esser out there.
I recently learned to do that!
I didn't believe how good the vocals became to sound!!
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