@Stephen52 If it is close to molting, as much as waiting sucks, you're better waiting to get the molt, seeing that it's the only method that has 100% accuracy. Based on what I can see though, I'm still tentatively guessing female.
Side note and keeping in mind I haven't seen the full enclosure, I'd like to mention your enclosure appears to be rather tall for housing a terrestrial species. It's not as much of a hazard with a smaller specimen, but even taking a fall onto some of the cage décor could present a risk of injury or rupture. If you get the chance, perhaps add more substrate to try and lessen the distance between the top of the enclosure and the surface of the substrate.
If you don't mind, do you think you could post a picture of the full enclosure?
@Arachnophoric yeah I'd love to post a pic of the whole thing and I'm willing to take any advice I can get because I'm new with tarantulas. Since I'm also new with arachnoboards, I'm not sure how I can take a picture from my camera roll and post it on the comments. When I click the picture tab above it wants me to add a link? Any insight with this?
@Arachnophoric if I have to mention as well, from the pic i poated above, all the green on the left is webbed completely and on the top of the stick all the way in the top left corner she webbed very very thick and that's where she likes to hang out mostly. Which is pretty high I'd have to say as well.