Perhaps not so much anymore. When I was in high school I had a classmate who a biracial. To the best of my knowledge she never got teased about it, but at the same time she did have a hard time fitting in. She was too white to be black, too black to be white.
I'm giving away my age - that was in 1996.
I don't think there were any in my school, but I grew up in a town that had very few non whites. Most non whites were people attending the university so they weren't having kids.
Where I live now, there are tons of biracial kids. My niece and nephew are white/korean. I dated a girl who had 3 sisters and their kids were viet/persian, viet/mexican, and viet/white.
Why can't the parents just let the child grow and figure it out on her own instead of trying to make her something just because they think it may be that way. Guess what she is was just two at the time, not even old enough to know the difference. Smells like parents wanting their 15. Let the child grow up and SHE only she will make the decisions and since they love her they will accept her just the way she is or the way she wants to be. Either way poor kid, will grow up to be confused because of the parents and not anything she did.
silly Flee.... the numpties that throw away cash by actually buying trash that that company makes can't read..... duhhh, why did you think there was so many pictures?