Evergreen International, a support organization for Mormons dealing with same-sex attraction (SSA) issues, just held its annual conference in SLC, as reported in this article in the Deseret News. While not "officially" affiliated with the Church, it's pretty clear Evergreen has close ties to the Church: the conference was held in the Joseph Smith Memorial Building in SLC, a GA speaker is listed on the conference agenda, and "ecclesiastical leaders" are given free admission to most sessions.
On the postive side, it's nice the Church bends over backwards to support an LDS organization that tries to understand SSA in terms other than sin and condemnation. While official LDS statements and pronouncements always qualify their "hate the sin" counsel with a "but love the sinner" clause, popular Mormon culture (i.e., Utah and the general membership of the Church) pretty much just takes "hate the sin" and runs with it. Perhaps more overt support for Evergreen, along with Ensign articles such as the recent piece by a gay Mormon, is an attempt by leaders to move the membership toward a more sophisticated understanding of this increasingly visible issue. See also the FAIR presentation that I blogged on a couple of weeks ago.
Interestingly, a close reading of the Deseret News article shows that dealing with other Mormons is at least as big a problem for these people as dealing with their SSA. For example, a middle-aged woman is quoted as saying, "In the Relief Society, I felt if they really knew what I was struggling with, they wouldn't want me around." The unacknowledged problem seems to be that many Mormons are covertly following a "hate the sin and hate the sinner" approach. Personally, I can't understand why anyone who figures out they are gay would possibly decide to stick around the LDS Church to be the village scapegoat when they can find sincere Christian support and understanding from any of several other denominations.