|Activists in Toronto commemorated her by painting a mural of her in the||Visual art memorializing Hegazi has circulated widely since her death|
|The Canadian socialist magazine Spring published an obituary to Hegazi with Valerie Lannon writing: "I remember her saying 'I never felt so alive as during the revolution||I am surprised that this category homosexuals exists even though it is foreign to our customs and traditions|
She was charged with joining an organization to contravention the law to incite acts of immorality or debauchery.13
|In an article published by on September 24, 2018, Hegazi recounted her arrest||Nine years after the , Hegazi wrote that "the old regime will try anything, even sacrificing important icons of their regime, in order to stay in power or regain power", describing President as "the most oppressive and violent dictator in our modern history" and writing that "revolutionaries believe the battle is one of class"|
|A short letter written by Hegazi, in Arabic, circulated on social media following her death||Pictures of a young Hegazi in conservative Islamic garb, including a , surfaced after her death|
The law update was used to crack down on Egyptian LGBT individuals even though the updated law made no allusion to homosexuality.