If you mean disagreeing about whether it is right or wrong, than yes, that has nothing to do with it. However being for or against criminalization of a major issue like someones bodily autonomy, has a lot to do with whether someone fits the definition of libertarian or not.
Well again, "bodily autonomy" implies that you've again prejudged the outcome in that there's only one body with a stake in the matter. If you instead conclude that the unborn child is a distinct self with its own stake to liberty, then the libertarian thing to do is protect its rights.
This is why there is no inconsistency between libertarianism and anti-abortion or pro-abortion policies. Given that libertarians want to protect individual liberties, it comes down to a question of deciding who/what is and is not a free individual.
That's the problem with the way you think. You completely ignore the rights of the woman. You don't even consider her even though she is fully developed and aware. You also seem to think something that has not developed enough to be a person is actually a person.
I have prejudged only with science. That's much better than right wing propaganda that equates every stage of the pregnancy with a 9 month fetus.
Your statement is inconsistent with libertarianism and shows you don't know the first thing about it. All you know about is new tea-bagger pseudo-libertarians. I've been into this sort of thing for 20+ years, I know. There never even used to be any argument about it at all until the tea-baggers came along.
So yes your statement is true of tea-bagger pseudo-libertarians, but it is not true of real libertarians of any variety be they right, left, or center.
Aside from protection against the power vacuum in left libertarianism, there is no protection. That is the whole point. You are free to do what you want. Taken to it's extreme you get anarchy, as in no rules at all.
The fact that there are differences to discuss proves these people are closer to the middle. They are halfway between authoritarian Republicans and real libertarians.
Here is the political definition of libertarian.
"One who advocates maximizing individual rights and minimizing the role of the state."
Making it a moderately less than oppressive authoritarianism is NOT minimizing it.