Without getting too deep into territory that some could find offensive, I think it's safe to conclude that if there were ever going to be a gender that would be most likely to sleep with a robot it would be the male of the species. Even in today's treacherous times, we do see that some cultures have begun experimenting with creating a female sex partner; and every know and then the media graces us with stories about some young adult male who's even married one of these creations. This isn't to say that women wouldn't find some uses for a mechanical male counterpart; I've read plenty of prose about how women love their machines ... but given how risky men are with their penises it's safe to suggest that they're be liable to dabble in such a fashion if and when "Science" gave them the opportunity.
With Pris, Ridley Scott and his designers certainly gave audiences a looker (in the guise of the lovely Daryl Hannah). This tall and leggy Sagittarius who go on to tempt mankind even further in Ron Howard's Splash (1984), but this -- one of her earliest screen roles -- made her the perfect combination of 'beauty' and 'beast' as demonstrated when her mesmerizing looks captivated Deckard upon her discovery late in the film ... and then she unleashed Hell itself, nearly beating the man (or was he?) to death before he gets a couple of slugs into her. Her trim, athletic figure was invented for pleasure, but it was her pursuit of life itself that saw her perfectly willing to dispense pain.
Hollywood likes to deliver images worth thinking about, and Pris certainly fit that bill for the times and even a few decades later.
According to the film itself, Pris was born on this day in 2016.
As always, thanks for reading ... and live long and prosper!