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You must complete several steps to have your listing appear on the website.  Please do them in order. 

These steps are done to prevent spam and erroneous listings.

STEP 1: Create a user account. 

This is to make sure you are a real person as well as to control who has access to your KAP listing information.  This is NOT what is used to become a member or make donations to the NCSF.  To create your  user account, please click here.

Fill in all fields with an “*”.  Once completed click the “Register” button at the bottom of the page.

We suggest you write your username and password down in a secure place for future reference. 

STEP 2: Activate your account.

An email will be sent to the address you listed in STEP 1.  Please click on the link in the email to activate your account.  You will be taken to a login page, where you will need to enter your username and password that you created in STEP 1.

NOTE: If you dont see the email, check your spam box!

Once you have logged in, come back to this page and go to STEP 3.

Step 3: Make your listing.

Click here to make your new KAP listing.

It takes up to a week for your entry to be reviewed and added to the KAP Directory.

If after a week you do not see your listing, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Please keep your entry updated.  

Remember this is a free resource but donations to help defray the costs are always welcome! Click here to Donate


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     The Consent Counts project involves the BDSM communities in a nationwide education and activism program coordinated and led by the National Coalition for Sexual Freedom.  This multifaceted campaign includes a comprehensive is analysis of current laws and court decisions, the development of legal arguments for changing the laws, participating in court cases, and ultimately, through lobbying, education and grass-roots activism, changing state laws and the way the public and the courts view BDSM.  An important element of the project also includes an Educational Outreach Program (EOP) to educate our own communities of the current state of the law, of the effort NCSF is undertaking and to involve them in our strategic planning process and development of “best practices” by which we can protect ourselves and facilitate change. 

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