This is the only photo of my family at a family renion.
This was six of ten members of the ANDERSON Family. The two elders are our parents - the Andersons. I hope you will allow it.
@godwinMEG - I suggest that you follow the instructions in the link that Rhonda supplied and
"... reply to the email message you received, and provide an explanation. Your reply goes directly to the team that reviewed and screened your memory item. ..."
I've never had to do that myself but I am fairly certain that the consensus of opinion is that the first pass rejection comes from an automatic computer algorithm. No human intervention at all. As such it's set to err on the side of caution and you should simply respond to the team because your response will go to a human being, not an algorithm.
If it turns out that an exception can not be made for "skin," would it be possible for you to create a modified copy of the image, where you have "dressed" the bodies, say by blocking the skin-areas with grey rectangles (of course leaving the faces uncovered!)?
FamilySearch is a worldwide collaborative tree. And as such guidelines cover a multitude of societal standards.
We are a wholesome family. It didn't enter my mind that a bathing suit could be a problem.