Earlier this year, British singer Duffy reemerged after a lengthy, mysterious absence. We found out in a lengthy essay that the singer had been kidnapped and raped, but now, she's using her platform to help victims. In an open letter, Duffy is asking\u00a0Netflix CEO Reed Hastings to remove the Polish film\u00a0365 Days, a film she says "glamorizes the brutal reality of sex trafficking, kidnapping and rape," from the platform. The film was released earlier this year in Poland. Duffy wants Netflix to produce content pertaining to the global problem of kidnapping and sex trafficking. \u201cToday, I really don\u2019t know what to think, say, or do, other than to reach out and explain to you in this letter how irresponsible it was of Netflix to broadcast the film\u00a0365 Days,\u201d she wrote. \u201cI don\u2019t want to be in this position to have to write to you, but the virtue of my suffering obliges me to do so, because of a violent experience that I endured of the kind that you have chosen to present as \u2018adult erotica.'\u201d \u201cIt grieves me that Netflix provides a platform for such \u2018cinema\u2019, that eroticises kidnapping and distorts sexual violence and trafficking as a \u2018sexy\u2019 movie,\u201d she continued. \u201cI just can\u2019t imagine how Netflix could overlook how careless, insensitive, and dangerous this is.\u201d Read the full letter below: Dear Reed, Recently I wrote publicly about an ordeal I was subject to. I was drugged, kidnapped, trafficked and raped. I released a statement of my personal account, which you may find online in further detail on http:\/\/www.duffywords.com. Today, I really don\u2019t know what to think, say, or do, other than to reach out and explain to you in this letter how irresponsible it was of Netflix to broadcast the film \u2018365 Days\u2019. I don\u2019t want to be in this position to have to write to you, but the virtue of my suffering obliges me to do so, because of a violent experience that I endured of the kind that you have chosen to present as \u2018adult erotica\u2019. \u2018365 Days\u2019 glamorizes the brutal reality of sex trafficking, kidnapping and rape. This should not be anyone\u2019s idea of entertainment, nor should it be described as such, or be commercialized in this manner. I write these words (ones I cannot believe I am writing in 2020, with so much hope and progress gained in recent years), as an estimated 25 million people are currently trafficked around the world, not to mention the untold amounts of people uncounted. Please take a moment to stop and pause, and think about that number, equivalent to almost half the population of England. And of those trafficked annually, no less than 80% are women and girls, and 50% of them are minors. It grieves me that Netflix provides a platform for such \u2018cinema\u2019, that eroticises kidnapping and distorts sexual violence and trafficking as a \u201csexy\u201d movie. I just can\u2019t imagine how Netflix could overlook how careless, insensitive, and dangerous this is. It has even prompted some young women, recently, to jovially ask Michele Morrone, the lead actor in the film, to kidnap them. We all know Netflix would not host material glamorizing pedophilia, racism, homophobia, genocide, or any other crimes against humanity. The world would rightly rise up and scream. Tragically, victims of trafficking and kidnapping are unseen, and yet in \u2018365 Days\u2019 their suffering is made into a \u201cerotic drama\u201d, as described by Netflix. And so, I am compelled to speak on their behalf, and to ask you to right this wrong; to commit the resources of Netflix, and the skills of its talented film-makers, to producing and broadcasting content that portrays the truth of the harsh and desperate reality of what \u2018365 Days\u2019 has sought to turn into a work of casual entertainment. I calm myself to explain to you here \u2013 when I was trafficked and raped, I was lucky to come away with my life, but far too many have not been so lucky. And now I have to witness these tragedies, and my tragedy, eroticised and demeaned. Where can one turn? But to have to address you in writing. To anyone who may exclaim \u2018it is just a movie\u2019, it is not \u2018just\u2019, when it has great influence to distort a subject which is widely undiscussed, such as sex trafficking and kidnapping, by making the subject erotic. And because \u2018365 Days\u2019 has proved enormously popular, I also address this letter to viewers directly. I encourage the millions who have enjoyed the movie to reflect on the reality of kidnapping and trafficking, of force and sexual exploitation, and of an experience that is the polar opposite of the glossy fantasy depicted in \u2018365 Days\u2019. As we approach World day against trafficking in persons on 30th July, I encourage Netflix and everyone who has watched \u2018365 Days\u2019 to learn more about human trafficking by visiting https:\/\/www.unodc.org\/unodc\/en\/human-trafficking\/what-is-human-trafficking.html and to pledge to make a difference to organizations such as: catwinternational.org, hopeforjustice.org, polarisproject.org, antislavery.org, stopthetraffik.org, unseenuk.org, notforsalecampaign.org, ijm.org, a21.org and madeforthem.org. If all of you at Netflix take nothing from this open letter but these final words, I will be content. You have not realized how \u2018365 Days\u2019 has brought great hurt to those who have endured the pains and horrors that this film glamorizes, for entertainment and for dollars. What I and others who know these injustices need is the exact opposite \u2013 a narrative of truth, hope, and to be given a voice. When we know better, let us do better, Duffy.