It looks like a male too me, but the toepads are a little hidden. I usually sex auratus by looking at body shape and the size of the toepads, your looks a little slim (not skinny) and it has pretty big toepads. They dont have toepads like tincs, but males certainly have toepads bigger than the females toe pads.
Ryan I didnt intend the above comment about him being slim as a bad comment, it was intended to back up the fact that I think the frog is a male. Male auratus are usually skinnier than the females, but by no means sickly skinny, they still keep good body weight, but they dont look like they swallowed a grape. My male blue auratus is fat, but looks skinny when compared to the female.