Taking his first step into leather and bondage over ten years ago, ty dehner
found that memories were not enough and began writing about his adventures.
Several of these true life experiences were published in Bound & Gagged
magazine. As his experiences grew, so did his ideas and he started to write
fiction. His first published work was “Skin boi”. It was well received on the
internet and to this day is one of his most requested pieces.
With the explosion of the internet there were many new places to share
bondage fiction. But ty found that many of the sites didn’t last and he felt
there was room for something better for all of us that were into man to man
bondage and gear action. In 1999, he created the online magazine Ropedweb. Over
time, he published his own stories, along with fetish pictures and videos that
he also wrote and directed. By the time Ropedweb came to an end in 2005 it had
been viewed in 160 countries around the world.
Since his introduction as a submissive into the leather BDSM world, ty
has been involved with many community activities including sponsoring the
International Deaf Leather contest in Seattle, taking over the historic New
World Rubbermen and donating the contents to the Leather Archives in Chicago,
marching in the pride parade in Vancouver, B.C., creating exciting web sites for
Dungeon on the Bay, the Jail Training Center, Matt Lyons, and Ironstar Media. ty
dehner has attended many fetish events including International Mr. Leather in
Chicago, Rubbout in Vancouver, B.C., Dore Alley Street Fair in San Francisco and
has enjoyed meeting the many leather, rubber, sport gear fans that attend.
Through all his writing he has had one focus, to share his experiences
and dreams with others in the hopes that they will step out into this exciting
and creative community to become a part of it. He has always enjoyed hearing
from those that enjoy his work, as well as those that share their experiences
after reading his work. If that includes you, you can contact ty via his web
ty dehner continues to write while locked in his hood and leather,
serving his Master on an island off the shores of Washington.