I think this may make losing my virginity a much more incredible experience – am I correct?
It certainly is normal, if not universal, for males who rarely masturbate to have nocturnal emissions. (Many men who masturbate regularly never experience "wet dreams.") Regarding your second question, if that's the reason why you don't masturbate, it seems a little silly. While having your first waking orgasm coincide with this event could in fact be an earth-shattering experience, the chances are it won't work out the way you hope. For example, since you'll have essentially no experience controlling your body's sexual response, you could be a prime candidate for premature ejaculation – or "leaving the Christmas package at the door," as I like to call it. On the flipside, by building up your expectations greatly, you might find yourself unable to reach orgasm the first time. Either way, the experience of losing your virginity could be a huge let-down. I'm not saying one of these things will happen, but it just seems silly to deny yourself the pleasure, not to mention lose the opportunity to learn about how your body works sexually – one of the best things about masturbation.