AWESOME! That, I can do!
If you enjoyed Full Frontal Feminism, then I recommend anything that Jessica Valenti has ever written: He’s a Stud, She’s a Slut and 49 Other Double Standards Every Woman Should Know; Yes Means Yes: Visions of Female Power and a World Without Rape; and The Purity Myth: How America’s Obsession with Virginity is Hurting Young Women.
Cunt: A Declaration of Independence by Inga Muscio will change your life. It’s a little radical, so take it with a grain of salt, but it’s the first feminist book I ever read.
If you haven’t yet read or seen Eve Enseler’s The Vagina Monologues, then I highly recommend it. However, I think her collection I Am An Emotional Creature is better.
I’m really into the media and how that perpetuates a lot of problems. Some books to dig into if that’s your thing are Enlightened Sexism: The Seductive Message that Feminism’s Work is Done (although it has also more recently been published as The Rise of Enlightened Sexism: How Pop Culture Took Us from Girl Power to Girls Gone Wild) by Susan J. Douglass, and Female Chauvinist Pigs: Women and the Rise of Raunch Culture by Ariel Levy.
Body Outlaws: Rewriting the Rules of Beauty and Body Image, edited by Ohpira Edut for an empowering collection on being body positive.
Slut!: Growing Up Female with a Bad Reputation by Leora Tanenbaum for a book about the myth of (or, social construction of the concept of) the slut.
Pledged: The Secret Life of Sororities by Alexandra Robbins (a friend of mine, actually) for—well—I think it’s pretty obvious, given the title.
Pornified: How Pornography is Damaging Our Lives, Our Relationships, and Our Families by Pamela Paul for a very one-sided view of the pro-porn or anti-porn argument.
Brave Girl Eating: A Family’s Struggle with Anorexia by Harriet Brown for the most honest piece on eating disorders that I have ever read.
There are some of my favorites. :)
Also, Seal Press has come out with a series of books on feminist topics called Seal Studies. I have yet to read any of them (although, honestly, I want to buy them ALL), but I’ve thumbed through a few, and they look amazing! If you want short little courses on subjects like Men and Feminism or Feminism and Pop Culture or Women and Violence, and so on and so forth, they’re worth checking out.