Gender Repeal Party is a gender euphoria oriented larp about destroying your birth certificate (facsimiles are provided if needed.)
The PDF is 19 pages, with a clean, readable layout.
Mechanically, this larp is played at a space decorated for a party. It has a happy, upbeat tone, but it also specifically involves confronting the ways society's processes might misgender people.
Gender Repeal Party centers trans and nonbinary characters and players, and its core mechanic is that at any time during play, a character can grab the attention of the party and monologue about their feelings on gender.
There isn't a lot of background information provided outside of this, and it sort of feels like the intent is that you play yourself. That's almost as high-bleed as a larp can get, so a lot of safety tools are provided and the game spends a lot of effort on heading off potential issues. Straight and cis characters are deliberately de-centered, and the feeling is that only trans or nonbinary characters should be monologing (although this is me interpreting the text, and may not be the actual intent.)
This focus on safety also runs through the entire book, and it's treated as less of a state to set up and maintain and more of an active, dynamic process that takes work throughout. A debrief is provided, but it's opt-in only. Rules guidance is given constantly, with a priority towards safety.
Overall, I think this is a really cool concept, and it's also practically a how-to manual for building a larp. All of the essentials of safety and incentivizing intended play are here, and they're all explained really well. I can't speak very well to the gender component, so I'm avoiding doing that, but I do think this is a good read and would recommend picking it up.
-Ls and Is are glitched, I think? They all show as a big bold line. I'm not sure if this is intended.