Let’s se the whole plant in natural light.
I see indications of female but want a better picture.
Looks female (so far) to me as well. I can see several calyx with pistils when I zoom in.
That’s a girl.
Yup. It’s female.
What ^^^^ said!! It’s a Girl!
Congrats! A Girl. Looks to be starting her teenage years. KEEP THE BOYS AWAY! Good luck!
Notice the nodes have came off the main stem and then branched off even further creating a dense bushy appearance? Males will never bush out they only grow straight up then they’ll droop over so they can pollinate any females in the vicinity. They will also go into a bloom faster than females and they form what would look like seed pods but they are pollen sacs. Those are all methods to detect the gender of course feminized seeds from here generally solve this. I’ve not heard of many instances where the seeds didn’t geminate have yet to hear they were male.