Sometimes inventing new Mormon adjectives seems like a cottage industry. Iron Rod v. Liahona is the most colorful and enduring dichotomy, liberal v. conservative the most misleading. Several posts surveying the wider pool of Mormon subcategories have popped up lately.
"Mormons: Ex, Post, Anti, and New-Order" at Latter-day Commentary. A very pleasant survey of the Nethernacle. I'd like to invent my own category: Post-Exmormon, or someone who was once an Exmormon but has gotten over it. I'm not sure there are any Post-Exmormons; they never seem to get over it.
"Can a cultural Mormon believe in the Book of Mormon?" at Banner, Sword and Shield (gotta have that comma). "Cultural Mormon" seems like the least pejorative of the marginalizing labels, apparently suggesting a Mormon so designated is on the right side of the Mormon fence, but for the wrong reasons. So is it better to be on the right side of the Mormon fence for the wrong reason, or on the wrong side of the fence for the right reason?
"Mormon liberals, liberal Mormons, and the inadequacy of labels," at Weightier Matters of the Law. The title gives me a way to succinctly explain my objection to the term "Liberal Mormon": When most LDS hear the term, they think it refers to Mormon liberals rather than to a different way of thinking about religious doctrine and practice.