others perceptions and assumptions have an impact, they do no get to determine my place in this world

when someone genders me as a guy, it feels as if I'm suddenly granted permission to be part of a group where I've never felt completely welcome. At times this feels affirming while at others it feels uncomfortable. As soon as the initial euphoria of passing as male wears off, I am left with the wonder as to whether or not I'd continue to feel this sense of inclusion if I corrected the person to clarify I'm actually #nonbinary...but it's just not my personality to share my gender identity and gender neutral pronouns with strangers in passing. If I asserted my gender and pronouns more often would I know the answer to this question? Maybe I don't want to know. Although others perceptions and assumptions have an impact, they do no get to determine my place in this world