Andrea Bautista

Andrea Bautista

Report LA Fellow

Andrea Bautista is a KCRW Report LA Fellow for 2022-2023. She graduated from Cal State Northridge with a major in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Spanish Language Journalism. She first came to KCRW in 2015 as a volunteer helping out at events and as a production assistant.

In 2017, she joined the Social Media team at KCRW. 5 years and one pandemic later, she took time off before deciding to try a career change. As a lifelong Angeleno and proud Oaxacan-American, she's excited to report on the stories and people of LA. 

Andrea Bautista on KCRW

Is monogamy or my sexual fantasy the problem? How common is a sexless marriage? I’m Gen X, why are young people trying to date me?

I’m Gen X. Why are young people trying to date me?!

Is monogamy or my sexual fantasy the problem? How common is a sexless marriage? I’m Gen X, why are young people trying to date me?

from How’s Your Sex Life?

How do I stop dating avoidant people? I’m grieving the death of my partner. Will I connect with someone sexually ever again? And the art of sex magic.

I’m grieving the death of my partner. Will I ever find love again?

How do I stop dating avoidant people? I’m grieving the death of my partner. Will I connect with someone sexually ever again? And the art of sex magic.

from How’s Your Sex Life?

Hormone therapy has tanked my libido, but I’m hornier than ever! How can I stay creative in my kinky relationship?

How do I keep my kinky relationship fresh and exciting?

Hormone therapy has tanked my libido, but I’m hornier than ever! How can I stay creative in my kinky relationship?

from How’s Your Sex Life?

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