Today is International Women's Day, a day that was originally created to celebrate women's economic, political and social achievements. And, since the very first International Women's Day was celebrated in 1910, women have made tremendous strides when it comes to political, economic, and social power. Just ask the all-female crew that was on an Air France flight from Paris to Washington today on an Airbus 380, the world's largest commercial airplane. Just decades ago, the thought of an all-female crew piloting a transatlantic flight on the world's biggest airplane would have been inconceivable. Unfortunately, while women have made great strides across the globe and right here in the United States, there is still a tremendous amount of work to be done Women have come a long way since the first International Women's Day in 1910, a time when they couldn't even vote in the United States and, in some states, were still legally the property of their husbands. But now is not the time to take a "good enough" approach when it comes to female empowerment in our country. Women can help save our culture, our country and even our planet. It's time for men to get out of the way. For the good of all of us.