Oh HELL no. That’s one of the few requirements I do have these days.
That’s an extreme exaggeration, but I just spent over a decade locked in a marriage where I was blinding myself to the fact that my love wasn’t being reciprocated. Ain’t no way, no how I’m doing that shit again. I have a much better idea now of what’s going to be important to me in a relationship and in the person on the other side of that aisle (should I ever proceed that far again). Real and genuine love is at the top of that list.
Having said that, I don’t begrudge anyone who marries for other reasons. As long as two people together have an understanding of what the relationship really is, and they’re both OK with it, more power to them.
I’m 34, if that matters.
P.S. - Have I mentioned oh HELL no? I have? Well, carry on, then.
ETA: I just re-read the OP. Your thread title says “love,” but your OP says “passionate sexual desire.” I don’t equate the two.