First off, I'm a fifty-six year old man. I bring that up because I've been in this place before; where people had ideas about matching me up with this or that woman, and I looked into it a little, and I came to the conclusion that things wouldn't work, but people tried to overrule me. A lot of people seem to have the idea that mentally ill people, regardless of their age or level of development, are more like children than adults, and that the mentally ill person can't make sound decisions on their own behalf. That's very disrespectful.
Second, I realize that there can exist a lot of gray areas in these situations, but this time in our history and our own lives does not seem to present good opportunities to sort out those gray areas, in my opinion. Now represents a time for all of us to just look out for ourselves and those around us as best as we can, and not the time at all for these kinds of romantic issues.
I repeat: I'm not going to try to pursue a friendship with this young woman now or in the foreseeable future. I'm not interested in trying to be there for her, because I don't really even know her at all. Please, I want people to respect my judgement, and for these employees at this business to treat me in a professional, courteous manner.