Matt Damon draws backlash for comments on sexual harassment and assault

Damon tried to categorize forms of sexual misconduct in "Popcorn" interview.

Driver also responded on Twitter.

She later elaborated on her reaction in an interview with The Guardian published on Sunday.

"I felt I desperately needed to say something. I’ve realized that most men, good men, the men that I love, there is a cut-off in their ability to understand. They simply cannot understand what abuse is like on a daily level," the British-born actress told the newspaper.

"I honestly think that until we get on the same page, you can’t tell a woman about their abuse. A man cannot do that. No one can. It is so individual and so personal, it’s galling when a powerful man steps up and starts dictating the terms, whether he intends it or not."

Franken apologized for his actions and acknowledged some wrongdoing. Weinstein has acknowledged inappropriate behavior, but has denied any allegations of nonconsensual sex or retaliation against women for refusing his advances. Louis CK acknowledged that "these stories are true" and expressed regret for the hurt caused.

"We live in this culture of outrage and injury, and, you know, that we’re going to have to correct enough to kind of go, 'Wait a minute. None of us came here perfect,'" Damon said.

Milano seized on Damon's comment, defending the rage that women and other victims feel.

Driver said what is needed now is for "good intelligent men to say this is all bad across the board, condemn it all and start again."

Beyond that, she urged them to be quiet and listen.

"Let women do the speaking up right now," she told The Guardian. "The time right now is for men just to listen and not have an opinion about it for once."