We know that Rebbe Victor Frankenstein created a golem (the English called it a monster) during the 18th century. Since Frankenstein was Jewish, I've been wondering about the halakhot that apply to his creation.
Specifically, does the golem get to dress up in Purim, even if in women's clothing?
The Rema famously states (O'C 696:8):
ומה שנהגו ללבוש פרצופים בפורים, וגבר לובש שמלת אשה ואשה כלי גבר, אין איסור בדבר מאחר שאין מכוונין אלא לשמחה בעלמא
However, other authorities strongly object to this, especially the Genevan poskim from which R. Frankenstein would have relied on. Is the golem considered a male for this to even be considered an issue?