There are many versions of libertarianism, but they all more or less say “maximum liberty, minimal government”. This is appealing, but there are issues.
The problems with Libertarianism come down to
1. The tragedy of the commons. Because nobody really owns the air, the water, etc. then exploitation and ruination is very possible.
2. What to do with those that mess up? Given too much freedom, many people have the lack of self control, and will invariably do stupid stuff. Pure libertarianism would suggest that we just let these people be. But this would never happen in a wealthy country.
So how might this relate to feminism? Especially with respect to their sexuality, women are very much libertarians. They have wanted as much freedom as possible, and have received it. All the more to exploit it for themselves, and themselves only. There is no thought given to how what they do may affect their future marriage and/or children. And according to Hillary Clinton, the children are a common good that needs effort from all to make right. Yet we allow women the liberty to despoil their future children with today’s behavior.
Perhaps the evil Patriarchy had it correct to restrict women’s sexuality. Liberty for those who behave irresponsibly is asking for trouble within a society.