I would add scientific advancements in nanotechnology to this page, but I don't have enough information on that yet.
Nano tech is off topic. Working out if your body has been messed with by invisible nano tech robots doesn't belong on a geek feminism wiki.
I'll let the mods handle this one. I added this topic because it covers women's health, science, and technology, all related to geek feminism. Here's an article to scratch the surface. It's also a global issue involving the import and export of food products.
Another interesting article I found on nanotechnology and gene manipulation.
Also nanotechnology and privacy.
Nanotechnology and gender implications.
A list of nanotechnology applications.
Sexism, racism, and other -isms are subtle today. In regards to health care, it would be fairly challenging for people from marginalized groups to convince doctors that their bodies are being influenced by something they can't see.
SmileBit: Is this page written from personal experience? Much of it reads as a narative of events as happened to one individual, rather than constructive edits to this topic. ShinyShiny (talk) 04:06, December 16, 2012 (UTC)
It's mostly brainstorming situations when geek women could be vulnerable to being silenced through misdiagnosis. I lurked the wiki for a while before I started this page and tried to be inclusive. It's a complex topic, so I thought a wiki would be the best way to collaborate.