Mitt Romney's mixed record on gay rights is the focus of a new campaign from two Democratic Super PACs.

Mitt Gets Worse launched on Wednesday with video testimonials from four prominent gay rights activists.

In one video, Julie Goodridge, who led the fight for marriage equality in Massachusetts, remembers a meeting with then-Governor Romney in which she asked him what she should tell her daughter when she asked why her mothers could not marry.

Romney, according to Goodridge, replied: “I don't really care … why don't you just tell her what you've been telling her for the last eight years.”

“I have never in my life stood before someone who had no capacity for empathy like Mitt Romney,” Goodridge stated in the video. (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

“When he ran for governor, he said and did a lot of the right things,” Adam Bink, director of Online Programs at gay rights advocate Courage Campaign, said in a second video. “He endorsed civil unions, he was endorsed by the Log Cabin Republicans, he appointed openly gay people to office.”

“Mitt Romney tried to put the rights of my friends up for a vote on the ballot. Not just to abolish marriage but civil unions – that's a flip flop. He tried to veto funding for HIV prevention programs. He issued an executive order to abolish an LGBT youth commission. And he vetoed funding for LGBT youth suicide prevention programs.”

The site is sponsored by the Courage Campaign Super PAC and the American Bridge 21st Century.

“Whether [LGBT] people can start a family, or visit someone in the hospital after an accident, these are very real issues,” Chris Harris, a spokesman for American Bridge 21st Century, told U.S. News and World Report. “And Romney has only gotten worse on these issues.”

“He's thrown LGBT people in Massachusetts under the bus and he'd do the same for the rest of America if elected president,” the Courage Campaign said in a statement.