A couple of years ago, I met a guy on Grindr (a hookup app), and we had a regular thing for almost a year. It ended badly when he wanted a relationship, and I did not (he stopped contacting me).

A couple months ago, he contacted me demanding to meetup in person and talk some things over. It turns out that he has some serious mental health issues (probably related to his meth usage). He was convinced that he was being watched and followed and wanted to know if I knew anything about it. I was shocked at how bad he had gotten in just a year and encouraged him to get help. After a few weeks he reluctantly agreed (I went with him to his first session with a doctor).

In spite of all this, his situation has gotten worse. He has since lost his job, and has now received an eviction notice. I’m unwilling to take him in, but I’ve done my best to be available whenever he wants to talk. I’m not sure what he is going to do going forward.

Anyway, he has dropped more than a few hints that he wants to have sex with me again, and I *really* want to have sex with him, but I feel like it might be unethical since he is in such a vulnerable place. On the other hand, we are both adults, and I don’t see why my making myself available to him for emotional support should rule out a sexual relationship. It also seems like he wants to take his mind off of everything that is going on and have some fun.