Hello, I thought yesterday was Wednesday, like ALL DAY. It’s a miracle I wrote this. But we made it.

If you haven’t yet read Lupita Nyong’o’s op-ed about her experiences with Harvey Weinstein in the New York Times, I highly recommend it. (Spoiler: He was awful to her; and she’s a wonderful writer.)

Huffington Post published a very interesting piece about how Weinstein also had some bizarre and shady dealings with amfAR, and Kenneth Cole.

This is so great, at Shondaland: Amy Tan on Writing and the Secrets of Her Past

I don’t want to spoil you on this Clickhole piece but it’s kinda amazing: You Are Lin-Manuel Miranda! Can You Avoid Blowing All Your ‘Hamilton’ Money At The Mall?

DanRad’s interview with The Strategist is A DELIGHT: “So when I travel, it always looks like I’m smuggling books. Right now, I’m reading this fantastic work of nonfiction about how gender biases have affected how science has treated women. I’d highly recommend it.” He also reflects upon bee excrement.

RELATED: British Library transforms into magical Harry Potter exhibition. [The Telegraph]

At Lenny Letter: Korean Bogeyman: On growing up Korean-American and trying to keep my daughter safe from “Rocket Man” and “The Dotard.”

This is fascinating, at The Ringer: Even Jeremy Renner’s App Can’t Escape Online Drama

ALSO at The Ringer: Revisiting the 1997 ‘Face/Off’ Red Carpet, Because It Was Astounding

At Lainey: Rumor has it that ScarJo is dating Bobby Flay, which….kinda makes sense to me and I’m not totally sure why.

It’s an oral history of Drumline, one of those movies I HAVE TO WATCH all the way through if I stumble upon it on TV.  [The Undefeated]

At Pajiba: Christian Bale and Amy Adams as Dick and Lynne Cheney Will Screw With Your Damn Head

At Celebitchy, I KNOW you want to see the I, Tonya trailer.

So interesting, at Racked: Where Priests Get Their Clothes

Also at Lainey, A SHOCKING HEADLINE: Taylor Kitsch is bad at football.

Revelist tries out Amazon’s plus-size Halloween costumes.

Girlboss talked to Gloria Steinem about Harvey Weinstein — and, FYI, if you’re planning on going to their Girlboss event in New York on 11/11 (they’re calling it a rally, but it seems more like a conference [I’m sure they wanted to come up with a word that felt more peppy than “conference”]), they’re offering Fug Nation 15% off tickets. Just use this link to order. It looks like they’re offering some really good panels and speakers (Linda Wells, Alyssa Mastromonaco, Elaine Welteroth), so if you’re tempted GET A DEAL.