Female Chauvinist Pigs by Ariel Levy was a good book that examined how third-wave “feminism” is sort of the backwash into the sea that happened after feminism broke on the rocks, but honestly I haven’t read much else. Feminism has sort of hit the wall in terms of changing the self-exploitation and self-marginalization that modern first-world women perpetuate. Fashion magazines are staffed and run by white women, for the most part. “Feminism” has come to mean the adoption of traditional oppressive behaviors, a sort of society-wide Stockholm Syndrome in which women become cartoonish and cruel in an attempt to become more like the enemy (which is “Patriarchy” in general, certainly not men in particular). At this point I don’t think we can get any further without gutting capitalism itself.
The Pre Raphaelite Women by Jan Marsh was an interesting look at how the “muses” of famous painters are used, worshipped, objectified and abused in the pursuit of art, although it’s not really a feminist work as such, more a report on the lives of Rosetti and Co’s famous models.
Stupid as it is, the forum that I quote all the time, Laissez’s Faire, might be a better feminist source than a lot of books people could recommend.
Basically the best thing you can do is to start being hypercritical of everything you see, if only in your own brain.