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On the nights of September 19 and 21, Clementi had asked Ravi to use their room for those evenings.
On the first occasion, Ravi met Clementi's male friend, and Clementi said that the two wanted to be alone for the evening.
In later interviews, Clementi's mother explained that she had been "sad" and "quiet" as she processed the information and that she "felt a little betrayed" that he had not previously confided in her that he was gay.
She later noted that she had not been ready as a parent to publicly acknowledge having a gay son, partly because her evangelical church had taught that homosexuality was a sin.
Clementi eventually found out, after Ravi posted about the webcam incident on Twitter.
In 2011, Tyler Clementi's parents, Jane and Joseph Clementi, established the Tyler Clementi Foundation, which focuses on promoting acceptance of LGBT teens and others marginalized by society, providing education against all forms of bullying including cyber bullying over the internet and promoting research and development into the causes and prevention of teenage suicide.
On Twitter, Ravi referred to having seen Clementi's communications on the Just Us Boys website, and tweeted "Found out my roommate is gay." Clementi also researched his roommate and read postings on Ravi's Twitter page.
After Ravi and Clementi moved in together, they rarely interacted or spoke.
Ravi's text messages to friends described Clementi as shy and awkward.
Clementi's online conversations and text messages referred to his amusement at Ravi's construction of a private changing area, but Clementi said he appreciated the fact that Ravi left him alone and did not force an excessively social atmosphere.
Later, Wei turned on the camera for another view with four others in the room, though Ravi was not there.