Republication of Aleister Crowley's «Liber OZ: Declaration of the Rights of Man» (also called “Liber LXXVII” or "Liber 77”), first published in either 1916, 1922 or 1941 and which entered the public domain in Australia in 1998. Followed by updated or alternative versions for the modern era by Ben McGinnes.
Though previous commentary from the Ordo Templi Orientis indicates that Crowley used the term “man” more like “mankind” that's just not good enough in this century, hence the need for a modernised Liber OZ or Liber LXXVII. In addition to specific versions focussing on women rather than men, there are several interchangable or inclusive versions for use by any gender. Additionally there are plural versions («we” and "us”) along with less self-centred versions («you”). The latter case being interchangably either singular or plural, as determined by context.