It looks like Piouswoman is a self-described traditionalist--she does not regard the policies of the Second Vatican Council as proper and binding. Indeed, she thinks of them as "false teaching". (i.e. She refers to the church under Vatican II as not Catholic, but Conciliar) Some other elements that may help shed light on how she views matters...
"[Pants becoming normative wear for women] had everything to do with feminism...the big bold new world dawning where women began to lose their traditional identity as women, mother and nurturer, and instead, began to blend in and compete with men. Then the dawn of the hippie era with free love and women burning their bras, birth control, etc...how can the revolution of modernism be ignored? It can't. It is up to women to change it back. And if women just shrug their shoulders and keep marching on with blase attitudes then may God have mercy on us all." (She even said that if she had the power, she'd ban women from wearing pants at all; I at least think she was speaking primarily of attending Mass. She has strong views about veils at Mass being proper, and necessary to signify the woman's humility, too. The traditionalist concern is that since pants emphasize the bodily form more than a skirt, it suggests immodesty, and a woman ought not wear something generally masculine, anyway.)
"The conciliar church is pushing the un-Catholic notion of ecumenism, but are tolerant with everyone except those who only follow their traditional Catholic faith just as all of the popes, bishops, saints, martyrs and doctors of the church did throughout the ages."
(And Jesus couldn't be said to be ecumenical in his actions?)
"[L]iberal modernism and its revolutionary ideas began seeping into the church long before Vatican II. Protestant ideas, really."
In one post, she notes that she was around before Jackie O. (referring to the veil she wore to JFK's funeral). So I guess she's at least in her 60's (which might help explain her stalwart traditionalism--it's what she was raised in).
Still...153 posts, mostly of the anti-Vatican II/modernity variety, and she only joined on 1/29/08? Pretty fervid...
(And to answer the last post...If she was this conservative in her youth--and she probably was if she was raised as an exemplar of the precepts of the Canon Law of 1917--then she probably married in her twenties or thereabouts. I think we can safely say she's been bedded. Perhaps she re-donned her nightgown right after lovemaking, or something similar...)