Well maybe free to do as they please until they start infringing on another's rights.
It isn't necessarily that libertarians agree with those social issues that should be left up to individuals to police, or that there aren't consequences for some of those decisions, it's just that we dont believe in using the fed gov to do those things. Especially when the Consitution doesn't give those powers to the fed gov.
So in that vein, I believe you're right. It's fair to say that social conservatives and libertarians cant really coexist.
It's also fair to say that you support the leftist view of using the fed gov in completely anti-constitutional ways in many regards. aka, you're a progressive.
It's fair to say that while you'll pay lip service to personal responsibility, you dont actually believe in it. aka, you're a hypocrite.
And finally, it's fair to say that you probably have much more in common with democrats than actual conservatives. Aka, you're the Whig party.
Ah but leftists or neo-progressives agree more with your point of view. They want government off their bodies and out of their personal lives. They want to be able to be free to ruin the culture and do things that are not moral and decent. They are using it to push left wing values that take it faraway from the traditional values the founding fathers had. Religion was an important part of the founding of the nation.
Lot of socially liberal people are not friendly to religion. They don’t like values, they want to be free to do what they want without any consequence.