Do talk about the issues that are important to women (and maybe not to you) and give them the same respect when discussing these issues as you would a guy on another topic. This doesn’t just pertain to women-specific issues, but beginner topics as well. When people first join, they often feel intimidated by the knowledge and strong opinions of others in the movement.
Don’t berate or disregard libertarians or those new to the movement who still hold onto beliefs that might not be totally in line with the movement. It’s a learning process and each of our escapes from indoctrination occur differently. You can let them know you disagree and are willing to discuss the issue, but don’t turn them away from the movement by not at least attempting acceptance.
Do set a good example. Being in the minority as a woman in the liberty movement, the way we are treated by the first few members we meets sets our mood for how comfortable we feel. You might be right, but if you’re a jerk, she might not want to be a part of your movement, and she definitely isn’t going to want to go on a date with you. Set the bar higher for men in the liberty movement- treat women with more respect than men in other parties.
Don’t berate or attack women for being both sexy or flirtatious and having a voice in the movement. Men also have personal tastes, which I often see displayed all over my dashboard in little to no clothing; and yet it is often looked down upon for women in the movement to express the same desires. This is leftover sexism and it needs to go.
Lastly, I want to re-iterate one of the “Dos” above:
Do encourage bonding between female members. Girls can recruit girls more easily than guys can when the ratio is skewed. Introduce new female recruits to existing female members so it’s not a giant crowd of men.