Pullets are hens, just younger - generally under a year old. I think you are wondering if you have pullets or cockerels. Cockerels are young males, again under a year of age, and at that time they are called roosters. To me it's not that big a deal, hen, pullet, rooster, cockerel - one's a male and ones' a female.
Cinnamon Queens are pretty much the same as Red Sex Links or Golden Comets, etc. Depends on the hatchery they came from what propriatory name they give them, depending on the birds used to produce them. But in general, the girls will be reddish in color with some white in the wing tips and/or tail feathers. The boys will be mostly white with reddish areas.
Two pullets, Red Sex Links, at about 8 months old
Charlie, the Red Sex Link cockerel at about 5 months old.
Aaaand re-reading your post I think I misunderstood your question completely, so if I did forgive me. I'm old, and easily confused. <sigh> I'll leave the photos up just in case that was your question, but I think @MeepBeep nailed the answer better than I did.
Edited by Blooie - 5/30/16 at 1:12pm