Her words seem to be implying that the death rate of sexual and gender minorities is due to loneliness because they can't marry, and that the solution to this is to have a friend. I think LGBTQ people need more than just a friend. Morse says, "There are a lot of situations where people are doing something sexual that’s probably not the best thing for them and that would be better if they had somebody who would be friends with them without coming onto them or without judging them and that kind of stuff." It seems to me that already in that statement there is judgement as if by having friends who are also part of the minority or are 'confused' that they can't be as good a friend as someone who is heterosexual/takes her position. Imply that homosexuals as friends will inherently be coming onto each other? Is that not being judgmental?
This in particular angers and upsets me. I was a student at Rutgers when all of this happened. More than that I lived on the same campus that Clementi did, and grew up in the town next to his hometown. Morse, seems to have a complete disregard for the facts of the case, and in doing so is being quite insulting to Tyler's memory. She completely disregards the fact that all evidence points to there being a problem with being outed and a breach of privacy. To imply that it was something else contrary to there being posts online about roommate problems and records of room change requests and the blatant privacy breach is completely disrespectful and infuriating to me.