Excuse me, but I wrote my dissertation on the definition of punk after studying for years the different punk sub genres in a top rated American university.
Punk is, using aggressive male energy to be make something subversive and transgressive, but ultimately failing to be creative du to lack of talent/skill. Women can participate but it’s rare, and they have to channel male energy to fit it/be accepted as “good.” Good is in quotations because punk by definition is bad. If the “artist” was able to create something interesting with talent skill ect, the project would be elevated into another musical genre and transcend the category of “punk.” A surprisingly strict dress code usually is also a big part of punk scenes, where members are expected to dress like the homeless or some other obnoxious costume accessories with spikes, leather, giant patches, colored hair etc. Being offensive is part of the equation, for sure, as most art aims to be somewhat transgressive, but let’s not forget other parameters:
Male energy +
No talent/skill +
Obnoxious dress code=