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Get ready for even more male bondage stories to beat off to in the Metalbond Prison Library

Hey Prisoners,

I hope you guys are ready for even MORE male bondage stories to beat off to — or strain in your cock cage while reading — because there will be lots more gay BDSM fiction coming to the Metalbond Prison Library in the coming days and weeks! The upcoming tales include a brand new series by longtime contributor Slavebladeboi, the return of BootDeputy (formerly BootBoy27), a multi-part SEQUEL to A Left Turn at Albuquerque by Hunter Perez, plus the debut of a brand new author named Shket36 who will be making his first appearance in the stories section tomorrow!

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Oh, and speaking of Hunter Perez, keep in mind that if you enjoyed “A Left Turn at Albuquerque” you might also want to consider his eBook The Friend Request, which is available for purchase on Amazon.

The Making of ‘The Tournament Affair’

The information below is from @reconkayar, co-author with @mmmph82 of the male bondage story “The Tournament Affair.” If you haven’t read this fiction, click here.


@reconkayar writes:

I never sat down intending to write a bondage story.

Sometime in October of 2023, while I was on social media cultivating new like-minded contacts in the kink community – looking mostly for online company and conversation – I connected with a personable fellow kinkster called Denny – @mmmph82. We’ll call him Denny In-Real-Life – “IRL Denny” – to distinguish him from the character.

IRL Denny and I weren’t an obvious match – he’s fascinated by kidnap fantasies and long-term captivity. My attraction is more to casual, switch bondage sessions, with very little backstory and emphasis on moderate-length, challenging struggle episodes.  But we found common ground on our shared attraction to heavy bondage ties, gags, and guys in leather gear and boots.

After some get-acquainted time, Denny encouraged me to join him in some online role-play chat, spinning a kidnap scene with him as victim. I was reluctant.  “I’m TERRIBLE at this sort of thing,” I thought to myself, “and I don’t really LIKE kidnap fantasies…”

In the end, he persuaded me – maybe it’d turn out to be a sexy little diversion at a challenging moment in Denny’s personal life and my own, I thought – so we started chatting.  We did only a minimal amount of stage setting between us – he liked the idea that his character would catch a ride with a gaming team and then be drawn into an abduction, and I loved the narrative of “just let us tie your hands” that turns into something much more serious.

And off we went. In a nutshell, that is the story of how “The Tournament Affair” got written. After that first evening chatting and roleplaying, we called it a night, looked for one another online the next day, and picked up where we left off.  And the next day. And the day after that. For weeks upon weeks.  Yes, the ENTIRE story was improvised in role-play chat between IRL Denny and me.

There were several “light-bulb” moments during those early weeks of creating the story.  First and foremost, I learned I was correct about myself from the start – I AM TERRIBLE at role play.  The staccato back-and-forth of a stimulating role-play chat is totally beyond me.  When prompted to add the next line to a role play story, I instinctively produce detailed narrative.  So – IRL Denny writes a line, I write a paragraph.  IRL Denny writes another line.  I write three paragraphs. And thus what started out as a back-and-forth imagination exercise turned into a 12-chapter, 56,000 word novel.

At another key moment, a couple of weeks in, I asked IRL Denny to do me a favor – could he please take responsibility for preserving the story? It was clear to me we were creating something that people might want to read later. And yet all the text to the story was embodied only in X/Twitter DMs, with story text mixed in with any non-story discussion IRL Denny and I were having. And he agreed, issuing requests to X/Twitter support to make full chat downloadable in a single file.  And still, the story continued to spin out.

Only very occasionally did IRL Denny and I ever stop to plan out the upcoming twists in the story.  Instead, most of the time we simply improvised the story, each of us adjusting to what the other one put out. Nearly 100 percent of Denny’s dialogue and thoughts as they appear in the story were written by IRL Denny, and most of the non-dialogue narrative and actions and words of the teammates (not to mention those of Ken, since I’m IRL Ken) were written by me.

Respective kink interests of us both are reflected in the story.  All the thoughts about kidnapping and abduction, stealth measures, and gear, GOM activity, and notions of abduction and “disappearance” came from the mind of IRL Denny.  The detailed rope tying descriptions, constant gagging and re-gagging are mostly my own contributions.  And we both came together on our shared fetishes for manscent, leather smell, and boots.

Especially as the story wound down, there was much suspense between the two of us about how the story would conclude.  The ambivalence of the Denny character was reflected in the thoughts of IRL Denny. As I wrote Nathan’s and Ben’s dialogue in Parts 10 and 11, I was not at all certain whether IRL Denny would permit his character to utter voluntary consent to kidnap training, or if instead that would prove be a bridge too far for Denny, and the character would walk off into the night, The End. We settled these issue as we wrote, leading to the transition at the end of Part 11 and the dramatic opening of Part 12.

Taking the downloaded raw content from PDF format DM chat and turning it into publishable prose was a punishing exercise all its own – an exercise that took nearly two months of sustained effort. The downloaded file sent by X/Twitter support came to 950 pages of raw dialogue, all of which I needed to sift through to discard extraneous chatting, not to mention conduct a seemingly endless cleanup of grammar and wording. Esteemed kink friend @JarheadTop, who was drawn to the story on his initial read, was something of a savior, stepping up to review and edit the story with fresh eyes. He and Metal, our publisher, deserve massive credit for careful review and copy editing.  Only with their generous help did “The Tournament Affair” transform into as cohesive and readable a piece of writing as you’re seeing in the published work. We are grateful to them both. It’s no exaggeration to call “The Tournament Affair” a novel – it prints out at 145 pages.

Even now, I’m a bit agog that we created such distinctive and multidimensional characters as Nathan, Ari, Chad, and Ben turned out to be – all out of thin air, and all in the context of an improvised role-play chat. The reactions I get from the readers who have contacted me is that many feel as much of a connection to the four teammates as we do – I personally believe that IRL Denny has had serial crushes on each of the teammates at least once! And all this makes me excited about writing more stories built around the same characters, but not in DM format next time (please!).

All of us send our thanks those who made “The Tournament Affair” one of the most enjoyed male bondage stories on the Internet.


Metal would like to thank @reconkayar for the information above.

Read the Tournament Affair by clicking here

Update from Metal on ‘The Tournament Affair’ and list of characters

Hey prisoners, I hope you have been enjoying the The Tournament Affair saga, which has been appearing in the Prison Library for the past two weeks. I will be posting the next chapter in a few hours, so be sure to check back just after midnight Eastern time. There are 12 chapters in all.

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For those of you who might not be up to speed, I wanted to give a brief list of the main characters in the story:

Denny (aka Den) — He’s a college student who happens to have strong kidnap fantasies. He recently moved to the area, and he asked for a ride on the message board for an online RPG he’s been lurking on. When the hot guys who picked him up in a van ask if they can tie him up for a sec, he falls right into their trap!

Ben — An expert in tight and effective rope bondage. He’s the Black Team’s rigger, with a big bag of restraints and a seemingly endless supply of gags. Like all the Black Team members, Ben wears leather gloves the whole time — and when he’s not tying up Denny he can’t help himself from sniffing his gloves constantly!

Nathan — He’s the muscular ringleader of the Black Team.

Chad — He’s Denny’s protector, the “nice” one.

Ari — This 6-foot-tall hedonist is clad in full leather and tall boots and oozes sex appeal.

Ken — A member of the Desert Team who ends up kidnapped himself, right alongside Denny!

These notes are my own. The authors, @reconkayar and @mmmph82, have some longer back stories for each of these characters that they will leave in the comments below.

If you have not yet read ‘The Tournament Affair’ you can start with Part 1 by clicking here.

After the final chapter of ‘The Tournament Affair’ is posted there will be many NEW stories coming to the Metalbond site, so be sure to keep coming back.  And as always, when you are reading stories in the Prison Library, it is highly recommended that you be restrained in some way. You might tie your ankles together with a necktie, or snap on a set of police handcuffs, be locked in chastity — or be like Soccerslave (pictured) and put yourself in locking leather restraints with keys secured in a keysafe!

More about this policy here

A full list of stories is here

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CJ is having a hard time today

Hey prisoners, check out this picture from Metalbond reader CJ — who was having a hard time reading the latest chapter of “The Tournament Affair” in the Prison Library while his dick is locked in a chastity device! Poor guy.

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Speaking of the Prison Library, there are several more chapters yet to appear of “The Tournament Affair” — and I do hope you are enjoying this one!  After the 12th and final chapter appears, there will be even MORE stories, including NEW fiction from Cutieboy90, an update from Thunder aka James, a SEQUEL to “A Left Turn at Albuquerque,” and more than one surprise! So keep checking back early and often.

And always remember, when you are reading stories in the Metalbond Prison Library, you should always be locked in something, or have someone else locked in something!

A chastity cage, a set of leg irons, a puppy cage, you get the idea!

Update from Metal: A List of Characters in ‘The Prison Writer’ Story

Hey prisoners, how are you enjoying the story ‘The Prison Writer’ by Joshua Ryan? At this point the first 16 chapters have appeared. There are five more yet to appear, for a total of 21 parts in all. Because there was a major shift in point of view in this story starting with Chapter 15, I thought it might be helpful to list the characters in the story.

These are my own notes that I jotted down while reading the entire series.


The Prison Writer by Joshua Ryan

The main characters in the story:


Steven Meres

Narrator of chapters 01 to 14

Aliases: 746051, Sten, Ven, Big Ven

A successful novelist who has a “side hustle” writing kinky prison stories.


Stanley Mason

The fake name Steven uses for his kinky stories.


Danny Brant

A character in Steven’s mainstream novels who gets locked up in prisons.



Steven’s literary agent


Norman Jarrelson

Steven’s attorney, married to Louis


Dean Brannigan

A hunky deputy sheriff who has read Steven’s novels and who makes Steven an offer.



Dean’s partner



A big hot tattooed convict



A convict who works as a barber


Sgt. Gideon

An officer who works prison intake


Finn Kolchak

Steven’s cellie



A convict



Alias: Nesto

A convict on the chain who also has had dealings with Dean Brannigan on the outside


Jet (aka Jeffrey) and Cameron

Convicts and cellies who are in love with each other. Cameron had dealings with someone on the outside.


Carl Owen Abbott III

Narrator of chapters 15 to 21

Aliases: Colly, Lassie, Dog

A wealthy college student who is fascinated by the novels and stories written by Steven Meres



Carl’s brother


Donald Harmon

An acquaintance of Carl and Wyatt who works at the DOC.


“the guy”

Donald’s connection (who may or may not exist), who can pull strings in the system.



Alias: Alec

a convict


As I mentioned, ‘The Prison Writer’ by Joshua Ryan is 21 chapters in all. If you have not been reading this story, you can click here to start at the beginning.

BONUS: Many shorter stories (with pictures) by Joshua Ryan are available at his Tumblr page, called Prison Process

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My Instagram account got shut down

Instagram has suspended my account!

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Out of all the social media platforms, I abhor Instagram the most. I did however use it to IM with a few others, including the Permanent Restraints guys and the escape artist Andrew Basso. It’s possible they might reinstate me.

Meanwhile, at least for now, I remain active on X (formerly Twitter). I still also have a Tumblr feed, but I can’t figure out how to message others there.

Keep in mind that THIS website, where you are now, will not go away!!!