Following a string of links from trap, no trap (the first blog to link to me, yay) I came across The View From the Foyer, a bulletin board for Mormons on the Edge. It sounded like it was right up my alley, not as extreme as New Order Mormons, but not as button-down as the rest of the bloggernacle. Unfortunately, it wasn't (right up my alley, that is).
One thread was about one couple's heroic decision to get released from their callings. Meh. I mean, if you don't like church, just stop going. One person even made this brilliant comment: "Of course the first counselor was stunned, his mind is programmed to obeying and here you are actually telling (not asking) him to release you of you callings!" You're, like, totally blowing his mind by not drinking the Kool-Aid! People over there act like they are getting out of a cult.
Maybe I am just uncomfortable with people who believe less than I do and take comfort in those who believe the same or more. Maybe that's why I hang out at Times and Seasons and Millennial Star all day; maybe I draw comfort from their belief even if I don't totally share it. But I enjoy sites like By Common Consent and trap, no trap better. Maybe because they are closer to my own belief system? Who knows?