Hooby king call this a Male connector however these are really female connectors (as the pins go into this - the male connector just has a shroud around it). Gender is assigned based on pins, not on housings.
Mark Harris is absolutely correct. Electrical convention calls for the connector pins be categorized as 'male' and sockets as 'female'. The proper nomenclature is based on the current-carrying portion of the circuit, NOT on the housing portion! DUH!?!
The only question is, on this item (as well as the mating half) is it the Item Description that is wrong, or the picture? The GENIUSES that run this site frankly DO NOT KNOW and apparently do not care* the discrepancy has been reported to them and yet nothing has been changed. The only way to ensure you get the correct item is order both halves. Luckily they are inexpensive.
Since most HK LiPos come with XT60's, you'll find that as you convert planes/ESCs over to that system you'll use a lot more Male connectors. Why would I want to buy M/F pairs when I'm already overstocked on the Female half?
The reality of life is that the time it took to write the reply cost more than the cost of having spare connectors of the wrong type. Once you have both types and can see them on the bench then you can call them what you like so long as you order the right part number. I use them as complete links to connect bits of equipment I want to easily disconnect. As I said at 1.48 for 10 or 15cents each lets not worry too much about a nothing. Buy both.