Sure.... but explain how what Foofie is calling "intuition" is any different than prejudice. We have brain circuits that cause us to arrive at a decision without any facts or reason. We evolved this so we could react quickly... but this is the same brain pathways that make people feel nervous when they see a Black man walking toward them.
There's a book written by a Black man, I think it is called, Whistling Vivaldi. He learned that if he was walking down a street, amongst Caucasoidals, they would not react with concern, since he was whistling classical music. The unconscious associates classical music with civil behavior. Nothing had to be said in the Caucasoidal's mind. Pure unconscious intuition.
And if a younger Black male was walking a certain way, that might connote a potential problem for a Caucasoidal. That's not prejudging, since walking a certain way is just information that is processed unconsciously. If you are saying our unconscious (right-side of the brain usually) is prejudging, then you seem to be disenfranchising anyone to get input from the environment, and make a decision. Sort of like seeing a wet sidewalk outside and not taking an umbrella, since that might be prejudice against wet sidewalks (might not mean rain, just a wet sidewalk. The rain could have stopped. So should a Caucasoidal ask the young Black man, walking a certain way, "Sir, are you hostile to Caucasoidals?)