A worthless person (often used as a general term of abuse).

From the late 16th through the 18th century, punk was a common, coarse synonym for prostitute; William Shakespeare used it with that meaning in The Merry Wives of Windsor (1602) and Measure for Measure (1623).[70]

a cultural expression and symbol of Anarchy, outside of the box or outside of establishment , non- conformity,  “resistance to tyranny in any form on any scale The questioning of authority, pushing back against established structures of authority, of government, of the way it is.  Questioning anything and everything to me is punk rock.”- Henry Rollins

Punk in America, a term originally used to slander gays in America…. that would be transformed  to describe their  culture of expression  birthed in LA, underground dance scene…..which became a form of  expression against the resistance levied against them in within their own society.

So what happens , when the American Expression of Punking meets the home of  Cultural Anarchy , London?

Urban Anarchy …



Anarchy: The Maverick of Life