This 2016 video says about itself:
A documentary about women in the Indonesian Hardcore/Punk scene.
Now with English subtitles.
My Indonesian correspondent Ari writes today:
That may be the case in various countries, maybe because of Christian right or Hare Krishna fundamentalist religious influences in straight-edge.
whereas the crust punk scene might have more female singers.
And then there will be variations across the localities, too; Jakarta vs. Bandung vs. Yogyakarta vs. Padang.
But since I have been out of Indonesia since 2009, I cannot give you a fair assessment of the scenes. There is a documentary made by Indonesian punk women about women in the Indonesian punk scenes called Ini Scene Kami Juga (This is Our Scene, Too/ 2016). What I can tell you is that there have been prominent women in the (DIY) punk scenes such as Kartika Jahja (singer of the band The Dissidents) who also contributed to the edited anthology Revenge of the She Punks (2019).
History of punk in Indonesia: here.