The kickstand doesn't affect starting if the bike is in neutral. Same with the clutch switch.
You don't need either of them to start the bike. Think about it.
In neutral the bike will start with the kickstand up or down, and with the clutch pulled or not.
Neither of these switches have a role when the bike is in neutral.
If, however the bike is in gear, the starter will be locked out. the sidestand switch, if open, will shut off the ignition.
If the bike is in gear and the kickstand switch is closed, the clutch switch will override starter lock out and allow the starter to operate.
This topic comes up over and over and I wish someone would sticky the logic between these circuits. People seem to misunderstand it.