The campaign consisted of an awareness ad featuring several prominent Lebanese artists and celebrities calling on the Lebanese government to provide equal rights to all citizens and residents regardless of sexual orientation, nationality, etc.
This made Lebanon the first Arab country to declassify homosexuality as a "disease".
In January 2017, a Lebanese judge challenged the legal basis of the arrest of men for same-sex conduct.
Selected stories from "Bareed Mista3jil" were selected and read both in English and Arabic.
In May 2015, Proud Lebanon, a Lebanese non-profit organization, marked the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOT) by launching a media campaign.
But recently, there was an increase in the acceptance of LGBT people by the society, particularly after the Lebanese National Center for Psychiatry declassified the non-heterosexual sexual orientations as mental disorders, a milestone in the Arabic-speaking world.