People with high degrees of heterogeneity (non-socially assimilable aspects to their personalities, such as degrees of madness or neurosis, or non-linearity in their thinking, or various aspects that create alienation) they end up in a relationship with the homogeneous part of society which is oppositional because of the way that homogeneous society interprets the more heterogeneous expressions.
Bataille said that these modes involve different ways of relating and that one should realise WHO one is writing for — the homogeneous side of society OR its heterogeneous aspects.
In any case, the two a very different and so whilst logically they are continuums of each other, socially there can develop a degree of oppositionality.
See how people who have suffered trauma are routinely told that they cannot “be understood”. http://ginmar.livejournal.com/
This is obviously what homogeneous society does to its becoming heterogeneous elements, as a form of group ego-defence:
“I cannot understand you because you are not speaking homogeneously enough! Your trauma is the irrational barking of an animal. Pure hysteria.”