Sara Bustinduy is a Visiting Student Researcher at UC Berkeley, in the department of Women and Gender Studies (September 2015 to June 2016). She graduated in English 2001, and holds a Masters on Phonetics: PRONUNCIATION PROBLEMS FOR SPANISH SPEAKERS LEARNING ENGLISH: A STUDY ON THE ENGLISH APROXIMANTS(SEMIVOWELS)/j/ PALATAL /w/ LABIOVELAR,2008 from University of Málaga Spain. After retiring in 2014 she is fully dedicated to work on her PhD. She assisted as a participant with ‘Gender violence news in British and American press’ at the International Conference on Education, Social and Technological Sciences (EduRe’15) Valencia, Spain, March 16-17, 2015. Her paper was published in the Multidisciplinary Journal for Education, Social and Technological Sciences, Vol 3, No 1 (2016). Research interests include language usage in press concerning women and gender equality. Women empowerment from media representation. Discourse analysis, Queer Theory and conceptual Metaphor analysis.