Sperm is very cheap, and womb space is very expensive; our reproductive strategies and preferences are built around that.
What a male wants from a female: the ability to give birth to a healthy child. The younger the better.
What a female wants from a male: the ability to provide for her child.
Most 14 year old males can’t “provide” anything except lots of sperm.
This particular comment on the hebephilia debate, though witty is problematic and a reductionist view of sexuality.
When discussing evolutionary mating strategies, it’s not immediately clear that young males are incapable of providing. Isn’t it more likely that pre-civilisation males could actually provide (hunt, protect) from a young age?
In Kenya (and I suspect much of Africa), the initiation ceremony (culminating in circumcision or body piercing or tooth removal) took place around the age of fourteen, after which the boy was formally recognised as a man and fully expected to find a wife and start a family. By sixteen, the traditional male was a man, in all facets.