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Drag Race Faves Willow Pill, Kornbread & More Collab With FOLX Health

Drag Race Faves Willow Pill, Kornbread & More Collab With FOLX Health

Drag Race Faves Willow Pill, Kornbread & More Collab With FOLX Health
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RuPaul’s Drag Race stars Willow Pill, Kornbread, Kerri Colby, Bosco, and Jasmine Kennedie are featured in the campaign.


LGBTQ+ digital healthcare platform FOLX Health has partnered with five standout queens from RuPaul’s Drag Race for its latest campaign.

Overall, the FOLX Health platform provides products and services such as medications; supplies like needles, syringes, alcohol swabs, and sharps containers; in-home lab work kits; one-on-one telehealth visits with trans-centric clinicians; prescription refills and lab reminders; as well as letters for document name change and surgery.

Season 14 winner Willow Pill, Miss Congeniality titleholder Kornbread “The Snack” Jeté, Bosco, Kerri Colby, and Jasmine Kennedie – the so-called “Transtastic 5” – are all featured in this new campaign that aims to introduce FOLX Health to queer individuals who might benefit from these healthcare services. The company wrote:

“Through this collaboration, FOLX celebrates gender, euphoria, empowerment, and community, and also highlights their FOLX HRT Care Fund in partnership with the Black Trans Advocacy Condition (BTAC) with the goal of raising funds for all 2022 grants. This fund redistributes financial resources from people inside and out of the LBGTQIA+ community to support transgender, non-binary, intersex, and other gender expansive people in accessing HRT care through FOLX.”

The five Drag Race superstars spoke to PRIDE about the importance of this campaign with FOLX Health.

Jasmine Kennedie said:

“Healthcare to the LGBTQ community is very important because the healthcare system hasn’t really been beneficial to us all the time. A lot of the times trans folks get in their head that they have be “done” within the year once they come out, but that’s not the case. Trans is a spectrum and not rushing it and finding out where I fall on the spectrum is what I’m trying to identify with right now, and I think I’m finding my way.”

Jasmine Kennedie

Kerri Colby remarked:

“I’ve learned that there’s no one way to be trans. We are in every place at every time. I think people forget that our community may be marginalized – and we’re working to change that – but we’re also everywhere. The more you look around the more you’ll learn and grow.”

Kerri Colby

Bosco added:

“Having access to healthcare unlocks the same basic freedoms that everybody else has always had and it puts us on a level playing field. Oh, it feels super-duper empowering. With drag, I’ve kind of taken everything that I used to either be told to feel ashamed of or felt ashamed of and I’m like monetizing and weaponizing it and shoving it in people’s faces and making them give me dollar bills for it. It’s cool! I love drag.”


Kornbread “The Snack” Jeté explained:

“I think the future of drag is never going to stop growing and developing. Now more people are being accepting to understand that anyone can do drag and it’s not necessarily for a specific gender; it’s for someone who appreciates the artform and does it the correct way. You learn so much from trans people and trans people started so many things and so many trends that people do today. Now you’re seeing the root of where it comes from and the love and the acceptance for yourself more than anything. It’s going in the right direction.”


Willow Pill noted:

“Maybe I’ll go back to what I used to wear, but right now I’m really enjoying just feeling girly and fun and punky and having some gender euphoria. My advice would be to, as much as you can, be patient. It all comes in waves. One month you know yourself, and two months later you’re like, ‘Oh, that’s not at all what I was wanting to do.’ Just be patient as much as you can and know that it’s going to evolve for a very long time. Just like cis people who go through puberty for years, it’s going to take you years to kind of play catch-up and realize where you stand with your body and your mind.”

Willow Pill

For more information, visit the official FOLX Health website.

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Bernardo Sim


Bernardo Sim experiences and explains queer multiverses. Born in Brazil, he currently lives in South Florida.

Bernardo Sim experiences and explains queer multiverses. Born in Brazil, he currently lives in South Florida.