International Women's Day: To the Next 100 Years

Today is International Women's Day, and this year, we have a century's worth of progress to look back on. Celebrated every year on March 8, starting back in 1911, IWD is a day to appreciate women whatever way you choose -- the modes of celebration differ from country to country, but the one constant the world over is that there's no lack of reasons to honor women.

We've invited some of our most influential women bloggers to reflect on the accomplishments and struggles facing women, politically, socially, and even personally. With a lineup that includes Queen Noor of Jordan, Valerie Plame Wilson, Ashley Judd, Marlo Thomas and Eve Ensler, the voices are as varied and impassioned as you'd expect -- from a Kenyan brothel to a psychiatrist's couch, these women have it just about all covered. What do you think is the most pressing issue facing women today? Join the discussion below.