Actress and standup comic Amy Schumer announced on an Instagram post, "do whatever you want to feel great about yourself," and that taking the abortion pill is exactly like getting liposuction. Schumer, 40, posted the message a day after the FDA permanently enabled abortion pills to be delivered by mail on Thursday after regulators lifted the in-person necessity to obtain them. [tweet_embed] December 19, 2021[/tweet_embed] The star of 'Trainwreck' and 'I Feel Pretty', who had her first child in 2019, weighed in with her recommendation for the abortion bill as some states have requested the Supreme Court to chip away at the landmark Row v Wade decision that legalized abortions. "Mifepristone is what the abortion pill is called. Also I got lipo around my C-section after my hysterectomy, and decided to treat myself to a highly recommended guy named Dr. Jordan Terner," Schumer posted to her Instagram account on Friday. "Do whatever you want to feel great about yourself safely. Always trying to keep it 100 percent, also read the book caste!" she continued, while tagging the best-selling book regarding racism in the US and Carafem, a non-profit organization that gives women's reproductive health services. [tweet_embed] December 19, 2021[/tweet_embed] The post has already had 23,000 likes as of Saturday, as the Supreme Court is poised to undo its abortion rights precedent. Many fans supported Schumer's hot take in the wake of abortion pills and birth control pills being made available by mail. "Legit, can someone just get some to have on hand in case Roe v. Wade gets overturned..?" "And GOP states have already banned receiving it by mail. They are always one step ahead in their March to be behind," In the meantime, other commenters questioned Schumer's backing of mail-order abortion pills and her carefree take on the matter. [tweet_embed] December 19, 2021[/tweet_embed] "That's great and all but it's a little concerning about being able to get it in the mail as an abusive couple could easily access it to force an abortion on their spouse this way," "Maybe there is a better way of having access to it then the mail." "I'm going to have to read up on this because I have lots of concerns," wrote Kate Knochel Wallace. "For instance, without an ultrasound to determine how far along a woman is before taking the pill, how do we know pills aren't being mailed to women who are past eleven weeks pregnant, which is the max stage the pill is supposed to be 'safe' for?" "And it worries me that women won't have follow up care with a medical professional after the abortion. Also, going through the pain and experience of an abortion alone with no support or medical guidance sounds really traumatic!"