The context is what was said between Peter Curran and Margaux Fragoso as detailed in the memoir Tiger, Tiger. They were watching a porn movie called Loves of Lolita that she picked out from his collection, while being sexual with each other. She wanted him to get a gay porn video for them to watch later and he agreed to get it, but admitted that he'd be embarrassed to pay for it. Which spurred her to ask...
Margaux: Well, were you embarrassed buying this movie? Considering she's like a little girl and all? [I pointed to the cover] She doesn't look like whatever her real age is at all.
Peter: [Peter snorted.] Are you kidding me? Everybody buys movies like these. All men like young girls whether they admit it or not. Most guys are just dishonest about it. But if people didn't like it, why would there be so many movies with older girls dressing up to look so young or so-called underage girls dressing sexy? The whole society is hypocritical, if you ask me. If you were to openly admit, yes, I find young girls attractive, you'd be burned at the stake.