UC Davis student Jordan Carroll has a post in which he grapples with Tool-Being. Now as a “recovering Marxist” of course I don't mind that OOO has nothing particularly dogmatic to say about Marxism as such.
But that doesn't mean you couldn't be an OO Marxist.That's my journey but it doesn't have to be yours. I'm pretty sure you could be an OO almost anything. This to me is a sign of strength, not of weakness.
Now OOO might be challenging for certain kinds of Marxism—in particular, the very Hegelian ones that are almost forms of idealism. The ones that involve something like the academic performance of Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Meta.
But the one thing that OOO isn't is a form of individualism. How on earth could it be, if it allows all manner of collectives and affiliations to be objects, to count-as-one?