Walmart sells almost everything inside its enormous stores, including guns and ammunition. But some items are just so dangerous that the retail giant doesn't dare stock them.

We're talking about books and Barbies. Over the years, Walmart's banned a variety of dangerous CDs, racy men's magazines and other items. When asked about the various prohibitions by The Huffington Post, Walmart declined to comment, citing a company policy not to participate in HuffPost articles.

The nation's largest private employer recently caught flack for selling assault weapons made by Bushmaster, which also made the weapon used by Adam Lanza in the Sandy Hook massacre last Friday. Though Walmart pulled the Bushmaster Patrolman's Carbine M4A3 Rifle from its website this week, the gun reportedly remains available in roughly 1,700 stores.

Other rifles are still for sale at Walmart and there are no plans to change that, a spokesman told CNN on Tuesday.

Take a look at some of the items that Walmart won't sell:

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  • Pregnant Barbie

    Barbie's <a href="">pregnant friend Midge</a> was pulled from Walmart shelves <a href="">after customers complained</a>. This item is still banned from Walmart stores.

  • Prince's Album

    <a href="">Walmart banned</a> Prince's 1988 album <a href="">Lovesexy</a> because of the album's cover. This CD is currently not sold in Walmart stores.

  • The Morning After Pill

    Walmart <a href="">refused to sell the morning-after pill</a> between the years 1999 and 2006, until <a href="">a lawsuit </a>forced them to sell the drug, and it is sold in Walmart stores today.

  • America: The Book

    Walmart said <a href="">The Daily Show's book </a>was banned because of its photoshopped naked<a href=""> pictures of Supreme Court Justices</a>. The book is currently not sold in Walmart stores.

  • Al Snow Action Figure

    <a href="">This action figure</a> was banned after two professors at Georgia’s Kennesaw State University complained that the mannequin head<a href=""> the character and action figure carry</a> around promotes violence against women. This item is not currently sold at Walmart.

  • Marilyn Manson

    All of Marilyn Manson's music and DVDs are <a href="">banned from Walmart</a>. Marilyn Manson's music is still banned from Walmart stores today.

  • Racy Men's Magazines

    Walmart does not carry what it calls "lad mags" or <a href="">racy men's magazines</a> like FHM, Maxim, and Stuff. This ban is still in effect today.

  • Sheryl Crow's Debut Album

    Walmart banned <a href="">this album</a> because one song on the CD <a href="">contained the following lyrics</a>: "Watch out sister/Watch out brother/Watch our children as they kill each other/with a gun they bought at the Walmart discount stores." This CD is not currently sold in Walmart stores.

  • Uncovered: The Whole Truth About The Iraq War

    Walmart <a href="">refuses to carry</a> this <a href="">documentary</a> about the Iraq War in its stores. However, the DVD is currently available for purchase on Walmart's website.

  • George Carlin's Book

    Walmart deemed <a href="">this book </a>to be<a href=""> too provocative to sell</a>. However, the book is currently available for purchase on Walmart's website.

  • Goo Goo Dolls Album

    <a href="">This album</a> was banned <a href="">because of its cover art</a>. This CD is not currently for sale at Walmart.

  • Green Day's Album

    This <a href="">Green Day album</a> was banned because the band<a href=""> refused to edit their lyrics</a>. The CD is still not available for sale at Walmart.