Matt Damon, who recently shared he had stopped using the "F-slur for a homosexual person" after being called out by his daughter, has made another statement clarifying that he never used the term on anyone in his personal life.

Following the backlash, the actor told The Hollywood Reporter on Monday, "[D]uring a recent interview, I recalled a discussion I had my daughter where I attempted to contextualize for her the progress that has been made."

"Though by no means completed – since I was growing up in Boston and, as a child, heard the word 'f-g' used on the street before I knew what it even referred to," the 50-year-old actor said further.

Damon went on to explain that the slur had been used "constantly and casually." He also claimed one of his movies released in 2003 also had the same dialogue.

"[There] was even a line of dialogue in a movie of mine as recently as 2003; she, in turn, expressed incredulity that there could ever have been a time where that word was used unthinkingly," he explained. "To my admiration and pride, she was extremely articulate about the extent to which that word would have been painful to someone in the LGBTQ+ community regardless of how culturally normalized it was. I not only agreed with her but thrilled at her passion, values, and desire for social justice."

In 2003, the actor worked on "Stuck on You," in which he and actor Greg Kinnear portrayed conjoined twins. The actor further clarified, "I have never called anyone 'f—-t' in my personal life."

According to Damon, the conversation he had with his daughter, which he mentioned in the previous interview, wasn't something "awakening" for him.

"I do not use slurs of any kind," he said, adding: "I have learned that eradicating prejudice requires active movement toward justice rather than finding passive comfort in imagining myself 'one of the good guys.' And given that open hostility against the LGBTQ+ community is still not uncommon, I understand why my statement led many to assume the worst."

He concluded, "To be as clear as I can be, I stand with the LGBTQ+ community."

Damon and his wife Luciana Barroso have three children: Isabella, 15, Gia, 12, and Stella, 10. He is also stepfather to Barroso's 22-year-old daughter from a previous marriage.

The actor will star in the movie "The Last Duel," which will be released on Oct. 15.

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Matt Damon plans to stay in the backseat for a while after he was slammed for his sexual harassment comments. Pictured: Damon arrives at the premiere of Paramount Pictures' 'Suburbicon' at the Village Theatre on Oct. 22, 2017 in Los Angeles. Getty Images/Kevin Winter