I think a good starting point might be to study the document Ecclesiae Sponsae Imago.
Thank you for this document Poche. From this document: . . .
two forms of celebration were composed and approved. The first is intended for women living in saeculo (in the world), that is, in their ordinary circumstances of life, who are admitted to consecration by the diocesan Bishop
. The second form is for nuns living in communities in which the rite is used, who are already perpetually professed or who make perpetual profession in the same celebration in which they receive the consecration virginum.
So the two forms of consecrated virginity are
2. A woman living in the world consecrated by the diocesan Bishop
This clarifies the problem of Atila Guimaraes acting as if he is the diocesan Bishop by encouraging a young woman to abandon her plans of becoming a nun in order to be a "consecrated virgin" under the auspices of Mr. G's Tradition in Action. Under the "guidance" of Mr. G, she wrote a three-part articles publicly proclaiming her "consecrated virginity."https://www.traditioninaction.org/religious/c041rpSingle_1.html
Insight in Mr. Guimaraes' possible motivation for taking the role rightfully belonging to the Bishop and his thoughts on his disgust with the marital act:
In the human body the organs that are the most shameful are those that are used to discharge the filth produced by the body; they are the penis, the vagina and the anus. The last is more shameful than the first two because it discharges solid detritus, while the others discharge liquid detritus, but these organs also are disgusting and shameful. Now then, the male and female sexual functions are put into practice by these shameful organs. Therefore, it is undeniable that they share something of the same disgusting character of their other function. https://www.traditioninaction.org/religious/c048-Single_8.html
Taking that to heart might make some people want to find refuge in perpetual virginity.