Men or women can use the phrases "I'm fed up with, I'm sick of, I'm tired of". どちらでも. What makes it rude is if you say it to someone in authority like your parents or your boss. But for your parents or boss to say it to you is not rude. They may be angry at you though.
If you say "I'm sick of this food" it is only rude if the person you are talking to made it or gave it to you. If you made or bought it it is not rude.
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