I think this is a male, based on behavior. It was out once a month before, and only ever for a few minutes. Then it molted (destroyed the molt) and since then its out and about all day, roaming, climbing, not shy at all anymore.
@MrGhostMantis When a male matures, the ends of his pedipalps change to form palpal bulbs/emboli - the male sex organs. When they form, the ends of the pedipalps lose their normal look and take on a club-like shape, with the emboli tucked back and out of harms way. You can just spy the shininess of one of the bulbs on the palp to the left.
Below is a clear image of emboli, though in a different species. MM Psalmos are very fluffy and can hide their emboli in the floof.