I am frequently accused, mostly by people who think they are making fun of political correctness by enforcing it, of not being the most PC person around.
And I would hardly consider "National Geographic" a particularly culturally sensitive organization. After all, it brings to mind either British Explorer types yakking to drawing rooms about their adventures in exotic places, or young people of generations before mine who used its pictures of naked people for well, what my generation and generations forward use the internet for.
So yeah, not particularly culturally sensitive even by reputation.
But despite my low standards for the place, even non-PC me is genuinely appalled by the Shrink your own head game now available on National Geographic's website.
It's exactly what it sounds like. Upload a picture of yourself and they will make your face into a shrunken head. Then you can put it on Facebook.
That might be one of tackiest, least culturally sensitive things I've ever seen on the internet. And that's saying a hell of a lot.